Skip Counting by 10s Resources

62 filtered results
62 filtered results
Skip Counting by 10s
Sort by
Break It Up! (Part Two)
Break It Up! (Part Two)
Worksheet
Break It Up! (Part Two)
This worksheet guides kids through simple word problems by presenting options for breaking up tens and ones.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Baboon Dot-to-Dot
Baboon Dot-to-Dot
Worksheet
Baboon Dot-to-Dot
What type of large monkey is hiding in the numbers? Second graders can challenge themselves by counting by 10's to complete the dot-to-dot picture.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Add the 10s First! (Part One)
Add the 10s First! (Part One)
Worksheet
Add the 10s First! (Part One)
In this worksheets, learn how to add the tens first when using a hundreds chart.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Glossary: All the Ways to Count to 100
Glossary: All the Ways to Count to 100
Worksheet
Glossary: All the Ways to Count to 100
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: All the Ways to Count to 100.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Connect the Dots: There Was An Old Woman...
Connect the Dots: There Was An Old Woman...
Worksheet
Connect the Dots: There Was An Old Woman...
Skip count and connect the dots to finish the classic nursery rhyme, "There was an old woman who lived in a shoe..."
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Skip Counting Fun #4
Skip Counting Fun #4
Worksheet
Skip Counting Fun #4
Who doesn't like a land full of candy? Count by tens as you hop through candy land on the gumdrops. Skip-counting provides a great intro to multiplication.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Subtraction and Multiples of 10
Subtraction and Multiples of 10
Worksheet
Subtraction and Multiples of 10
In this math worksheet, your second grader will not only solve two-digit subtraction problems using borrowing, she'll also practice recognizing multiples of 10.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Little Boy Blue Skip Counting
Little Boy Blue Skip Counting
Worksheet
Little Boy Blue Skip Counting
Use skip counting to reveal a clue that will help you finish the nursery rhyme "Little Boy Blue."
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Group It!: A Skip Counting Activity
Group It!: A Skip Counting Activity
Activity
Group It!: A Skip Counting Activity
This hands-on activity practices skip counting, a key first grade math skill. But it's silly fun!
1st grade
Math
Activity
Dad's Life
Dad's Life
Activity
Dad's Life
With this activity, you child will get an opportunity to apply skills she's learning in second grade math, and maybe learn something new about Dad.
2nd grade
Math
Activity
String "100 Days of School" Beads!
String "100 Days of School" Beads!
Activity
String "100 Days of School" Beads!
This project commemorates the milestone of completing the first 100 days of school, while giving your child a manipulative to practice counting to 100.
Kindergarten
Math
Activity
Hundreds Chart Song
Hundreds Chart Song
Song
Hundreds Chart Song
Help kids learn with a dose of doo-wop in this hundreds chart song.
1st grade
Math
Song

Skip Counting by 10s Resources

Skip counting by 10s is quite the fascination with young learners, who are eager to reach 100. After mastering skip counting by 2s and 5s, let your students continue to develop their understanding of skip counting by working with 10s. The activities outlined below are a great starting place for children trying to learn how to skip count, whether by 2s, 5s, or 10s.
Approaching numbers from many directions is one of the ways we teach children and early learners number sense. One approach that is commonly taught is skip counting by tens.
While it may seem arbitrary, skip counting by tens has a number of benefits for students. It allows them to see patterns in numbers. When counting the whole tens (10, 20, 30…) they see that the first digit of each number is the same as when they simply count to ten and the second digit of each number is zero.
Understanding this pattern will allow them to count by tens without even when they start with a number that is not a multiple of ten. If they understand that only the first digit changes, they will understand that regardless of what number they start with, the digit in the ones place will not change.
Skip counting by tens also lays the foundation for early multiplication. When students understand that the fifth number you reach when skip counting by ten is fifty, and five times ten is fifty, they can expand on that concept to find other products when multiplying by ten.
Using a 100s chart is one way to help students identify the patterns. They will see that, if each row in the chart has 10 digits, regardless of where they start, skip counting will just be counting down each column.
Practicing with the resources provided above by Education.com may help students learn to skip count by tens consistently and gain a foundation in number sense that teachers can build on in the future.